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Iraq / Attacks / Fallujah #770115

ABC Evening News for Friday, Nov 05, 2004
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) The latest casualty figures for US soldiers in Iraq cited.

(Baghdad: Jim Sciutto) The military preparations to take Fallujah back from the insurgents featured; scenes shown of US Marines training for house-to-house combat, of insurgents & of residents leaving the city; details given of reports that hardcore fighters have already left the city. [Former Army vice chief of staff retired Gen. Jack KEANE†- says the objective is to free the city from insurgent control.]

(Studio: Peter Jennings; Pentagon: Martha Raddatz) The view of senior military officials about Fallujah, the likelihood that senior insurgent leaders have left or will leave the city & the military's reaction to the U.N.'s questioning of an assault discussed.

Jennings, Peter;
Sciutto, Jim;
Raddatz, Martha

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